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Parnassius staudingeri hunza

Parnassius staudingeri hunza, the Karakoram banded Apollo, is a high-altitude butterfly which is found in India. It is a member of the genus Parnassius of the swallowtail family, Papilionidae. It was variously treated as a subspecies of P. delphi ...

                                               

Pieris krueperi devta

Pieris krueperi devta, the green-banded white, is a small butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites. It is found in India and Pakistan. It is a subspecies of Kruepers small white.

                                               

Polyommatus damon meinsii

Polyommatus damon meinsii, the meinsii, is a butterfly subspecies of Polyommatus damon in the family Lycaenidae. It was discovered in 1971 by the German engineer Horst Meins Rugenstein and Dr. Miguel R. Gomez-Bustillo, who published it in Maripos ...

                                               

Protographium agesilaus fortis

Protographium agesilaus fortis, the short-lined kite-swallowtail, is a subspecies of butterfly of the family Papilionidae. It is found in North America, Mexico and Central America. The subspecies was first described by Walter Rothschild and Karl ...

                                               

Pyrgus centaureae wyandot

Pyrgus centaureae wyandot, the Appalachian grizzled skipper, is a small, brown, gray and white butterfly known to inhabit parts of the Appalachian highlands and Northern Michigan. It can be identified by its characteristic checkered wing pattern ...

                                               

Saint Francis satyr

The Saint Francis satyr is an endangered butterfly found only in the US state of North Carolina. First discovered in 1983, it was officially described in 1989 and listed as a federally endangered species by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 199 ...

                                               

San Bruno elfin

The San Bruno elfin is a U.S. federally listed endangered subspecies that inhabits rocky outcrops and cliffs in coastal scrub on the San Francisco Peninsula. It is endemic to this habitat in California. Its patchy distribution reflects that of it ...

                                               

Sand Mountain blue

The Sand Mountain blue is a lycaenid butterfly of the "blue" subfamily that is only found around the Sand Mountain Recreation Area near Fallon, Nevada. It is a subspecies of the pallid blue.

                                               

Smiths blue butterfly

Smiths blue butterfly, Euphilotes enoptes smithi, is an subspecies of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. This federally listed endangered subspecies of Euphilotes enoptes occurs in fragmented populations along the Central Coast of California, pr ...

                                               

Speyeria zerene hippolyta

Speyeria zerene hippolyta, the Oregon silverspot, is a threatened butterfly that is found the U.S. states of California and Oregon. It is a subspecies of Speyeria zerene. The Oregon silverspot used to inhabit suitable coastal habitat from norther ...

                                               

Tajuria matsutaroi motokoae

Tajuria matsutaroi motokoae is a butterfly of the family Lycaenidae. It is a subspecies of Tajuria matsutaroi. This subspecies is rarely found on Leyte island in the Philippines. Its forewing length is 16–19 mm. Subspecies motokoae is distinguish ...

                                               

Balkan lynx

The Balkan lynx is a subspecies of the Eurasian lynx in the genus Lynx. It is found in eastern Albania and western North Macedonia, with smaller populations in Kosovo and Montenegro. It is considered a national symbol in the Republic of North Mac ...

                                               

Northern lynx

The northern lynx is found in Fennoscandia, the Baltic States, the northern and central part of Poland including Bialowieza Forest and Kampinos National Park, Belarus, the European part of western, northern, central and eastern Russia, the Ural M ...

                                               

Turkestan lynx

The Turkestan lynx is a subspecies of Eurasian lynx native to Central Asia. It is also known as Central Asian lynx, Tibetan lynx or Himalayan lynx. It is widespread from west in Central Asia, from South Asia to China and Mongolia. There are 27.00 ...

                                               

Felis chaus affinis

Felis chaus affinis is a jungle cat subspecies. It was described by British zoologist John Edward Gray in 1830 based on an illustration by Thomas Hardwicke.

                                               

Felis chaus chaus

Felis chaus is the nominate subspecies of the jungle cat. The Baltic-German naturalist Johann Anton Guldenstadt was the first scientist who observed a jungle cat in the southern frontier of the Russian empire during his travels in 1768–1775 under ...

                                               

Felis chaus fulvidina

Felis chaus fulvidina is a jungle cat subspecies. The mammal collector of the Natural History Museum Oldfield Thomas described the first jungle cat from Indochina in 1928. It occurs mainly in deciduous forests rich in dipterocarp trees. Since the ...

                                               

Acer pictum subsp. mono

Acer pictum subsp. mono, commonly known as painted maple or mono maple in English, itayakaede or ezoitaya in Japan, 五角枫 in China, or gorosoe or gorosoenamul in Korea, is a species of maple.

                                               

Alangium villosum subsp. polyosmoides

Alangium villosum subsp. polyosmoides is a rainforest tree of eastern Australia. It occurs on a variety of different soils and rainforests, relatively close to the coast. Found from Minmi near Newcastle to as far north as the McIlwraith Range in ...

                                               

Anacamptis morio subsp. longicornu

Anacamptis morio subsp. longicornu, formerly classified as Anacamptis longicornu, is a subspecies of orchid. It is found in southern Europe and western North Africa.

                                               

Apium prostratum subsp. howense

It is a perennial herb, tufted, trailing and aromatic when bruised, with stems growing to 30 cm long. The pinnate leaves are 20–170 mm long. The tiny flowers are white to pinkish. The fruits are 1.5–2 mm across.

                                               

Argyroxiphium sandwicense subsp. macrocephalum

Argyroxiphium sandwicense subsp. macrocephalum, the east Maui silversword or Haleakala silversword, is a rare plant, part of the daisy family Asteraceae. The silversword in general is referred to as āhinahina in Hawaiian.

                                               

Arisaema thunbergii subsp. urashima

Arisaema thunbergii subsp. urashima is a herbaceous perennial plant. It is widespread through the woodlands of Japan, especially near the coast. The plant has a very curious inflorescence, and is popular in horticulture. As with all arisaemas, th ...

                                               

Asplenium trichomanes subsp. coriaceifolium

Asplenium trichomanes subsp. coriaceifolium is an allotetraploid hybrid fern of the family Aspleniaceae. It was found for the first time in the Soller Valley in the Serra de Tramuntana of the island of Mallorca, Spain, and described by both Spani ...

                                               

Atherosperma moschatum subsp. integrifolium

Atherosperma moschatum subsp. integrifolium is a small evergreen tree native to the temperate rainforests of central and northern New South Wales, Australia. In 2006, it was recognised as a separate subspecies by Richard Schodde. Common names inc ...

                                               

Atriplex paludosa subsp. baudinii

It was first published as Atriplex paludosa var. Baudini by Alfred Moquin-Tandon in 1849, based on specimens collected by during the Baudin expedition. The orthography of Baudini was later altered to baudinii. At the same time, Moquin-Tandon publ ...

                                               

Atriplex vesicaria subsp. variabilis

It grows as an erect shrub up to a metre high. Leaves are oval in shape, with entire margins, ten to 15 millimetres long, and 4 to 6 millimetres wide.

                                               

Atuna racemosa subsp. racemosa

Atuna racemosa subsp. racemosa is a subspecies of Atuna racemosa, a plant species in the family Chrysobalanaceae. It is a tree of moderate size, widespread over the Indo-Malaysian and South Pacific areas. It is found growing in such places as Pap ...

                                               

Banksia ashbyi subsp. ashbyi

Banksia ashbyi subsp. ashbyi is a recently recognised subspecies of Banksia ashbyi. It is the non-lignotuberous arborescent form of the species, which occurs between Geraldton and Shark Bay, and in the Kennedy Ranges.

                                               

Banksia ashbyi subsp. boreoscaia

Banksia ashbyi subsp. boreoscaia is a shrubby, fire-tolerant subspecies of Banksia ashbyi. It is the lignotuberous form of the species, and occurs along the north-west coast of Western Australia, between Carnarvon and North West Cape.

                                               

Banksia dallanneyi subsp. dallanneyi

Banksia dallanneyi subsp. dallanneyi is a subspecies of Banksia dallanneyi. It was known as Dryandra lindleyana subsp. lindleyana until 2007, when Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele sunk all Dryandra into Banksia. Since the name Banksia lindleyana had ...

                                               

Banksia integrifolia subsp. compar

Banksia integrifolia subsp. compar is a subspecies of Banksia integrifolia. It has larger, glossier leaves than other subspecies, and occurs much further north.

                                               

Banksia integrifolia subsp. integrifolia

Banksia integrifolia subsp. integrifolia can be distinguished from the other subspecies of B. integrifolia by its slightly smaller, broader leaves, which are also somewhat duller than those of B. integrifolia subsp. compar.

                                               

Banksia integrifolia subsp. monticola

Banksia integrifolia subsp. monticola, commonly known as White Mountain banksia, is a subspecies of Banksia integrifolia. Described in 1994, it occurs in the Blue Mountains and in northern New South Wales. It contains the largest recorded Banksia ...

                                               

Banksia laevigata subsp. laevigata

Banksia laevigata subsp. laevigata, the tennis ball banksia, is a subspecies of small woody shrub in the plant genus Banksia. It occurs in Western Australias semi-arid shrubland. It and the closely related B. laevigata subsp. fuscolutea are the t ...

                                               

Banksia prolata subsp. prolata

Banksia prolata subsp. prolata is a subspecies of Banksia prolata. It was known as Dryandra longifolia subsp. longifolia until 2007, when Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele sunk all Dryandra into Banksia. Since the name Banksia longifolia had already b ...

                                               

Banksia rufa subsp. rufa

Banksia rufa subsp. rufa is a subspecies of Banksia rufa. It was known as Dryandra ferruginea subsp. ferruginea until 2007, when Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele sunk all Dryandra into Banksia. Since the name Banksia ferruginea had already been used, ...

                                               

Banksia splendida subsp. splendida

Banksia splendida subsp. splendida is a subspecies of Banksia splendida. It was known as Dryandra speciosa subsp. speciosa until 2007, when Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele sunk all Dryandra into Banksia. Since the name Banksia speciosa had already b ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. angustifolius

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. angustifolia is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that it has longer leaves than most ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. asper

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. asper is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are short, flat and obvious ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. homalophyllus

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. homalophyllus is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are longer and wider.

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. obtusus

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. obtusus is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are linear and somewhat r ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. petraeus

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. petraeus is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are linear and somewhat ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. quadrifidus

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. quadrifidus is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are circular in cross ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. seminudus

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. seminudus is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are linear and somewhat ...

                                               

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. teretifolius

Calothamnus quadrifidus subsp. teretifolius is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is similar to other subspecies of Calothamnus quadrifidus except that its leaves are glabrous and cyl ...

                                               

Celtis conferta subsp. amblyphylla

It is a tree growing to 16 m in height, with whitish bark. The thick, leathery, oval leaves are 50–90 mm long, 20–40 mm wide. Clusters of small flowers, 3–4 mm long, appear from November to February. The round, purple fruits are 4 mm in diameter.

                                               

Chisocheton cumingianus subsp. kinabaluensis

Chisocheton cumingianus subsp. kinabaluensis is a subspecies of Chisocheton cumingianus. It is a tree in the Meliaceae family. It grows up to 37 metres tall with a trunk diameter of up to 50 centimetres. The bark is grey-brown. The flowers are pa ...

                                               

Conospermum stoechadis subsp. sclerophyllum

As with other forms of C. stoechadis, it grows as an erect, multi-stemmed shrub, with a lignotuber. It has slender needle-like leaves from two to 17 centimetres long and 0.6 to 2.25 millimetres wide, and panicles of white flowers. This subspecies ...

                                               

Dactylorhiza majalis subsp. traunsteinerioides

Dactylorhiza majalis subsp. traunsteinerioides, known as the narrow-leaved marsh-orchid and Pugsleys marsh orchid, is a subspecies of Dactylorhiza majalis found only in Britain and Ireland. It is also treated as the species Dactylorhiza traunstei ...